Free CDL practice tests from Test-Guide.com
CDL Doubles/TriplesDoubles and Triples Practice Test 2
CDL TankerTanker Practice Test 2
CDL General Knowledge
CDL Combination Vehicles
CDL Air Brakes
CDL Passenger Transport
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More CDL Practice Tests and Sample Questions
Free CDL Sample Questions from AITA –AITA, America's Independent Trucker's Association, has sample CDL tests.
Free CDL Test Samples from OTA – OTA, Oregon's Trucking Associations, provides free sample CDL questions.
Pumpkin Driver’s Free CDL Quick Quiz – Pumpkin Driver’s presents free practice CDL Quizzes.
If you plan on operating a Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) then you are required to obtain a Commercial Driver License (CDL). In order to get a CDL, you must first take and pass a general knowledge test, various endorsement tests (depending on the license type you are seeking) and a driving skills test. The CDL Test consists of a general test, one or more endorsement tests, and an air brakes test. The tests that you will take depend on the license classification that you are obtaining (Class A, B, or C) and the type of vehicle that you will be driving (e.g., Tanker, Double/Triple, Passenger Bus).
In general, the CDL test is based on national requirements although each state may add additional restrictions. All of the information you need to pass your exam will be included in your state's CDL manual, so please make sure to study the latest version for your particular state. The sample questions that we have included here, will help you understand which areas you need to work on, so you should study your state's CDL manual, take our practice exams, and review the areas that you are weak on. Good Luck!
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